Summer Snapdragon Loves Heat and Deters Deer

Angelonia angustifolia | GardenersPath.com

Are you planning your next garden project? Here’s a perennial flower for beds, borders, and containers that you need to know about. Summer snapdragon is a must-have where summers are hot and humid. Discover what makes this plant unique, where to buy it, and how to grow it, here on Gardener’s Path.

Delightful Dahlias: A Late Summer Standard

Pink and purple dahlias in the garden | GardenersPath.com

Are you looking for a reliable performer to add some juicy color to the late summer garden? Then join us for a closer look at the delightful dahlia. From patio to tree-sized, and in almost every imaginable color, these dazzling tubers bloom from mid-summer right until the first frost. Keep reading for all their care and growing info now on Gardener’s Path.

Cranesbill Geranium: How to Grow a Garden Classic

Learn to grow Cranesbills | GardenersPath.com

We love perennials for their dependable performance and easy-to-care-for nature, and the cranesbill geranium is synonymous with reliability in terms of healthy growth and season-long flowering. The perfect plant for light shade to full sun, this hardy specimen has few requirements for a steady supply of flowers all summer long. Get all the care and cultivation details right here!

Stock: A Cottage Garden Staple

How to Grow Stock for Your Cottage Garden | GardenersPath.com

Are you looking for a flower that evokes images of Victorian ladies with parasols in their cottage gardens? One that adds rich color and fragrance to beds and borders? Matthiola incana, commonly called stock, is the perfect choice. Learn all about this timeless classic right here on Gardener’s Path.

Dame’s Rocket: A Pretty Flower with a Bad Reputation

Dame's rocket | GardenersPath.com

Dame’s rocket has naturalized in almost every state. This pretty phlox-like flower that grows along highways and in meadows is considered invasive. However, its leaves and seeds have culinary and medicinal applications. Should you grow it in your yard? Decide with us, right here on Gardener’s Path.

Easy Landscaping with Ornamental Grasses: Simple Tips for Carefree Success

Potted ornamental grasses. | GardenersPath.com

Hardy, long lasting, and carefree to grow, ornamental grasses are a mainstay in professionally designed landscapes. With a superb diversity of textures, color, shapes, and sizes they can add drama and flair, or subtle softness. Their applications in the garden are many, and they’re one of the best plants to bring out your inner designer. Discover for yourself how readily these plants will work in your garden with our best tips and tricks.

The Complete Guide to Dividing Perennials

Carefully dig up perennial plants to divide them | Gardener's Path

Perennials provide long-lasting garden beauty. To get the best performance and value from these landscape stalwarts, the simple task of plant division serves many purposes. Learn more about the plant health, garden design, and budget-boosting benefits of dividing perennials – read more now on Gardener’s Path.

Columbine: Ephemeral Harbinger of Spring

Aquilegia caerulea | GardenersPath.com

You’ll know it’s spring when the columbine blooms. Known as “granny’s bonnet,” these dainty ladies appear early in the season, signaling the end of winter, and inviting the bees and birds to awaken. Learn about native and nonnative varieties of this delicate perennial right here on Gardener’s Path.

Grow Colorful, Fragrant Honeysuckle

Orange Red Trumpet Honey Suckle with Humming Bird | GardenersPath.com

Curtains of color and fragrance, exuberant Honeysuckle gives a lavish display of delicate blooms on a tough, trouble-free climber. The vines climb by twining and winding their stems around branches of other plants or supports, such as twine or rope, wire fencing of a trellis. Clustered blooms are 4-5cm long in beautiful shades of red, …

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Growing Hostas: A Favorite Shade Loving Perennial

Various Hosta Cultivars | GardenersPath.com

Is your lawn or flower garden drenched in shade? Do you need some low height greenery to cover that bald patch created by shade trees? There’s one type of plant that is exceptional for this job. Think hosta. And no, they are not as common as you may believe. With hundreds of cultivars, they come in all sorts of colors, leaf arrangements, and colors. Research all of this and more on Gardener’s Path now.